CHAPTER 455
ZAMBIA TANZANIA PIPELINE ACT

Arrangement of Sections

   Section

   1.   Short title

   2.   Interpretation

   3.   Objects of company

   4.   Right of entry

   5.   Rights over unalienated land

   6.   Wayleaves over private land

   7.   Compulsory acquisition of private land

   8.   Payment of adequate compensation

   9.   Access to High Court

   10.   Assessment of compensation

   11.   Registration of orders made under sections 6 or 7

   11A.   Immunity from execution of judgments against company assets

   12.   Offence

AN ACT

to grant rights, or to provide for the granting of rights, over land to a company known as the Tazama Pipelines Limited; and to provide for matters connected with or ancillary to the foregoing.

[27th January, 1967]

Act 18 of 1967,

Act 13 of 1994,

Act 25 of 2009.

1.   Short title

This Act may be cited as the Zambia Tanzania Pipeline Act.

2.   Interpretation

   (1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires—

“agent”, in relation to the company, means any duly authorised employee of the company, any duly authorised contractor of or consultant to the company and the duly authorised employees of such contractor or consultant;

“company” means the Tazama Pipelines Limited, a company incorporated in Zambia and registered as a foreign company in Tanzania;

“objects”, in relation to the company, means the objects of the company referred to in section 3;

“private land” means all land and all interests in land other than unalienated land or interests therein;

“Customary Area” has the meaning assigned thereto by section 2 of the Lands Act;

“state lands” shall have the meaning assigned to the expression “State Lands” in Article 2 of the Zambia (State Lands and Reserves) Orders, 1928 to 1964;

“trust land” means the land set apart by section 3 of the Zambia (Trust Land) Orders, 1947 to 1964, but shall not include any trust land which has been granted, disposed of, acquired, set aside or over which a right of occupancy has been granted, under section 5 of the said Orders;

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